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a guidebook for travelers

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Entries are arranged by region to facilitate the use of this text as a travel guidebook. The author is a battlefield tour company operator.
Writer Nick Mayhew Smith, whose years of research into Britain's holiest places became a travel guidebook before being turned into a television series, said Wales has an abundance of landscape and places "dripping with sacred history".
Matthew Karanian and Robert Kurkjian, the authors of Armenia's best-selling travel guidebook, "The Stone Garden Travel
Internationally renowned travel guidebook Lonely Planet has listed Nepal's Mustang - the Land of Muktinath as one of the Top three regions in Best in Travel 2013.
Google has acquired the travel guidebook brand Frommer's in a bid to tighten its grip on the location-based reviews market.
TOKYO - Japanese map and travel guidebook seller Shobunsha Publications Inc.
And with a little help from your trusty travel guidebook, of course.
However, he said he lost control of his vehicle because of a travel guidebook that accidentally fell on him while he was driving.
Cardiff was yesterday described as "a city transformed" in a travel guidebook list which rated the Welsh capital as one of 13 must-see destinations for 2008.
Therefore it is especially satisfying to read travel writing expert Barbara Hudgins' practical, real-world, comprehensive compendium of sound advice and information on writing guidebooks, directories, travelogues, travel memoirs, in "Crafting The Travel Guidebook: How To Write, Publishing & Sell Your Travel Book".
TRAVEL guidebook Lonely Planet's Bluelist, drawn up every year, is said to capture the best in travel experiences for the coming year from around the world.
HERE'S A NIFTY CONCEIT: a travel guidebook featuring descriptions of famous sights, only these are fictional "places of interest," twenty-two stories--by the famous and the not-so-known--that dot the literary geography of the regions of Chile.
Sky & Telescope contributing editor ALAN DYER is the author or coauthor of several astronomy books including Star and Sky, a Discovery Channel travel guidebook to astronomical destinations.
There is an inherent problem for any travel guidebook author or publisher.
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